• Linocut

    (from linoleum and cut) – variation of engraving, made on linoleum or other polymer plate, and then printed on paper. Invented in the beginning of the 20th century, close to xylography in its technique.

  • Lithography

    (from Greek lithos – stone and grapho – draw, write) – planographic printing process, usually considered as an engraving technique, (although the methods of engraving are not applied in this case). The image is made with greasy crayons or tousche (applied with brush) on a slightly acid processed limestone plate and  then printed. The technique was invented in 1798 by Alois Senefelder.